Region 12 - Arts Organizations

Serving Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Jefferson, Scott, & Washington Counties

ARTS ORGANIZATION SPOTLIGHT:
JEFFERSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL


Arts Organizations in Region 12 include:

  • The Arts Council of Southern Indiana
  • Harrison County Arts!
  • Harrison County Arts! (HCA!) is a coordinating council that represents and promotes artists of all disciplines and artistic programs. Its scope includes arts education, community awareness, identification and mapping of local artists and the development of infrastructure which complements existing art entities. They opened the Artisan Center on September 2nd, 2011 and are located in Historic Downtown Corydon.

  • The Hayswood Theatre
  • Clarksville Little Theatre
  • Jeffersonville High School
  • At Jeffersonville High School, the arts are a vital part of students' education. The school offers programs in band, chorus, theatre, and the visual arts.


Other Organizations Delivering Arts Programs in Region 12 include:

Arts Organization News

The Artisan Center presents The Old Corydon Pool Hall August 30 to September 29.

Delve into Corydon's past with a look back at the Old Corydon Pool Hall. Brought together are the works of photographers Bryan Moss, Larry Ordner and Randy West.

While it was known under several names (Jordan's, Davidson's, Baxley's) over the decades, the Pool Hall served as one of the few recreational opportunities for men. Do you remember playing pool in the dark, smokey room? Were you to told by your mama to walk the far edge of the sidewalk as you walked past? Please join us in celebrating the memories of one of Corydon's places of notoriety and legend.

The Artisan Center is located at 117 East Chestnut Street in Corydon next to Butt Drugs. We are open Friday and Saturday 11:00 – 5:00 and Sunday 1:00 - 5:00. Find us on Facebook as Harrison County Arts or on our website www.harrison-county-arts-corydon.net .


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